“Having an amazing group of instructors.”Elly R.
Dalhousie’s story is a series of chapters created by the students, alumni, faculty and staff who’ve walked our halls and shaped our community. We invite you to share your favourite memories—because your story is our story.
“It's been a while but I fondly remember the personalities of the professors in Chemistry department.”Wynne L.
“I enjoyed the community ( professors and students) in and around the School of Health and Human Performance. Expanding the way we look at...”Sara P.
“Dr. Shafai was and is an inspiration to his students and largely why I chose a career in global high tech. Without his guidance...”Jacqueline T.
“In taking Dr. Zitner's class, Clinical Care Fundamentals, how Dr. Zitner referenced it as “How to be a Doctor in 4 months”! During the...”Dennis S.
“I remember when my genetics prof came to class dressed as a wizard and taught us about Harry Potter genetics. ”Kelsey R.
“So grateful I was a student there. Professor Herb Gamberg inspired me to become an educator. Thank you!”Kimberlea G.
“I remember all of the amazing students, staff and faculty in the School of Health and Human Performance. We began as individuals and ended...”Jaime N.
“Loved the learning that I did. It was a great community and had some really excellent guidance from some fascinating professors. Learn more about...”Shanley M.
“IDS gave me very good interdisciplinary look into a lot of different stuff. It was a really nice way to bring together diverse interests...”Jacqueline E.
“The Gothic Novel class I took on Thursday evenings (way back in the early 90s) and how I convinced my boyfriend at the time...”Belina C.
“I am a Costumer Designer, Artist, and Educator. I graduated from The Costume Studies Program in 1980. I had met the program's founder, Robert...”Bonnie D.
“One of the best facilities and great place to grow and evolve from a student to an engineer. ”Neha A.
“I completed my Theatre degree at Dal in the 1980s while working full-time in computing services. My classes were during the day so I...”Lesley B.